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The craftsman

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The craftsman
Volume XXVIII, Number 3
Eastwood, N.Y.: United Crafts, June 1915

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Contents

[Cover]

[Frontispiece] The morning glory, a dear common flower that runs like a squirrel along the New England stone walls, wreathes leafless dead trees with garlands of green, and turns unsightly brush heaps into garlanded treats

[Title page] The craftsman, p. 3a

Contents, pp. 3a-4a

More color in the home: painted furniture inspired by peasant art, pp. 245-254

Nature as a landscape gardener: her use of "the meanest flower that blows", pp. 255-262

Your own home: number seven: the modern nursery, pp. 263-272

Color in the garden the year round from brilliant tiles, pp. 273-277

The warrior's metal in the forge of peace: American wrought iron that adds to architectural beauty, pp. 278-283

Wings, Lewis, Gertrude Russell p. 283

A study in architectural alchemy: converting an old colonial farmhouse into a comfortable, charming modern house, pp. 284-292

The heart of the garden, Matson, Esther pp. 293-294

Wild game in home gardens: a plea for "beauty reserves", Roorbach, Eloise pp. 295-303

In the days of good Queen Anne, Thomson, James pp. 304-311

"The work of men's hands", Morris, William p. 311

England's blooming hawthorn hedges, pp. 312-313

The queen of the water garden, Byers, Charles Alma pp. 314-320

"Briarwood:" a hillside home among the trees, pp. 321-323

The baby satyr, pp. 324-326

Why ripe fruit is sweet: the latest tests by Uncle Sam, pp. 326-327

Constantinople, Grosvenor, Edwin A. p. 327

Reed porch baskets and their making: some useful and decorative designs, McComber, Carrie D. pp. 328-332

Woman's progress in garden, orchard and field, p. 332

The return of the fence: a study of its usefulness and beauty, pp. 333-335

Book reviews, pp. 336 ff.


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